Science & Cocktails Spring 2019 at Byens Lys or Den Grå Hal

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20:00, Tuesday 19 March 2019 at Byens Lys (Christiania)

The History of Everything:

Why do we need a Modern Origin Story?

David Christian. Thomas Høffding

Science & Cocktails kicks off its 10th year of crazy scientific and weird existence with all you wanted to know about the history of the universe and the world you… read more

20:00, Saturday 30 March 2019 at the Grey Hall (Christiania)

Does Media affect how we see the world?

Johanna Blakley. Information Skies. Trypical Cumbia

A joint venture of Science & Cocktails and CPH:DOX presents a transdisciplinary evening of science with media/entertainment researcher Johanna Blakley, the screening of the documentary INFORMATION SKIES and the party concert of… read more

20:00, Tuesday 23 April 2019 at Byens Lys (Christiania)

Panel Debate: The State of the Climate

Kirsten Halsnæs. Jørgen Eivind Olesen. Katherine Richardson. Jens Hesselbjerg. Bæst

The potential impact of climate change and the mitigation of its effects has been discussed for several decades among world leaders, policy makers, scientists and the population as a whole. The effects of climate change in the anthropocene… read more

20:00, Tuesday 27 April 2019 at the Grey Hall (Christiania)

The Many Worlds of Quantum Reality

Sean Carroll

What is quantum mechanics, and why is it so mysterious? What is the Many-Worlds version of quantum mechanics, and why would anyone find it compelling? How do we explain that Schrödinger’s cat is both dead and alive? Isn’t it unscientific to… read more

20:00, Saturday 18 May 2019 at the Grey Hall (Christiania)

The smartphone epidemic

Risks and Side Effects of Digital Media Use

Manfred Spitzer. Dawda/Pasborg/Schantz

The world is f* in so many ways but the digitalisation of schools and the proliferation of smart phone use and digital media in kids and teenage douches… read more

20:00, Saturday 25 May 2019 at the Grey Hall (Christiania)

Sex (and more) on Six Legs

Marlene Zuk. Umti Orkestar

How can insects, with their miniscule brains, do complicated things like communicate with symbols, take care of their young, and recognize human faces? What can they tell us about being male or female? Why have they been the most successful… read more